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... to come down before they came down.
This trek was also a good warm-up after Nachiketa Tal for the final trek to Gomukh.
We returned and went to see Poojya Gurudev's Kutia after refreshing ourselves.
The camp concluded with a Paduka Pooja and vote of thanks. There was one person who co-ordinated the whole camp from beginning to end. It was Dr.Sunitha Shanker. Many people did help in the camp but she has been co-ordinating it since ...
... disappointment, his shop was closed. So I walked all the way back to town and bought credit at another shop. If I had known his shop was closed, I would have just bought the credit at any shop near my hotel and saved myself a long walk.
After I returned to town, I went again to Dr. Singhal’s shop. Shortly after arriving there, a young foreign couple entered the shop. I try to notice what ails the customers who enter the shop, and as you ...
... settled in Mussoorie after the 1959 Tibet rebellion in China. I've read that the first administration of the Dalai Lama in India was established here before it moved to Dharamsala. We had vegetarian momos (steamed dumplings) and some very tasty soup at Kalsang, a Tibetan run restaurant. We’ve seen and eaten momos elsewhere in India, but Kalsang had a many more types of momos than the standard vegetarian and chicken varieties. ...
... you paid for your supporters – and then something additional for yourself. And perhaps some of your supporters will also be given jobs in your administration. I suppose that democracy is not much different anywhere else, but for some reason it seems particularly crass and obvious here.
I also spotted an Indian woman wearing a sweatshirt from my alma mater in my hometown in Louisiana, LSU – Louisiana State University. I asked the woman ...
... make a commitment that I’m not sure I can keep, so I might have to pass on this place.
As I was sitting on a park bench on the Mall (the same park bench I was sitting on when I met Wilfried the German), a group of young women passed by and greeted me. One of them asked me “Are you a geographer?” (I guess my hat makes me look a bit like an explorer / geographer.) Anyway, it turns out that they are all geography students at a university ...